Release Notes for IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers, V8.4

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This document provides information about IBM® WebSphere® Transformation Extender for Integration Servers, version 8.4.

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CONTENTS
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1. About this release
2. Installation and configuration information
3. Upgrade and migration information
4. Known limitations, problems, and workarounds
5. Contacting customer support
6. Notices and trademarks




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1. ABOUT THIS RELEASE
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The sections in this file provide release notes for the IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers product. They include information about the following extenders that are packaged with the WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers product installation:

- IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker
- IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
- IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Sterling B2B Integrator


Where to find the software to download

The WebSphere Transformation Extender software is available for you to download from Passport Advantage Online.

Where to find additional information

For information about related products, view their release notes on the IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender Support web site.

For information about the documentation, including how to access it, view the Documentation release notes.

For information about using these products, see the following resources:

  • IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers (1148.pdf)
  • IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker (1149.pdf)
  • IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (1150.pdf)
  • IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Sterling B2B Integrator (1156.pdf)
  • Documentation in the WebSphere Transformation Extender online library
  • Online help for these products in the WebSphere Transformation Extender information center that is included in the product installation and available on the web.

These release notes describe installation issues and known limitations, problems, and workarounds that are specific to WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers products. For more general information about known problems and workarounds in WebSphere Transformation Extender version 8.4, go to http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?&uid=swg21570416.


WebSphere product support
WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers installs over one of the following products:

Runtime:
  • WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus 7.5 with fix for APAR IC79007
  • WebSphere Message Broker 8.0
  • WebSphere Process Server 7.5
  • Sterling B2B Integrator 5.2.3 or 5.2.4

Design time:
  • IBM Integration Designer 7.5
  • WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit 8.0



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2. INSTALLATION AND CONFIGURATION INFORMATION
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WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers supports WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker, WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, and WebSphere Transformation Extender for Sterling B2B Integrators on Microsoft® Windows®, IBM AIX®, HP-UX, Linux®, Solaris, and IBM z/OS® operating systems.


When you use WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers with another product, ensure that you satisfy the system requirements of the base product and apply all required fixes to the base product. For information about product fixes, go to http://www.ibm.com/support/entry/portal/Downloads.

Installing and uninstalling WebSphere Transformation Extender products and online library

For the procedure to install WebSphere Transformation Extender products, go to http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=2320&uid=swg27019810.

For the procedure to uninstall WebSphere Transformation Extender products, go to
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=2320&uid=swg27019817.

For the procedure to install the WebSphere Transformation Extender online library, go to
http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=2320&uid=swg27019816.

WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers system requirements

By default, the WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers installation program requires 10 MB of free shared memory for shared memory segments and semaphores. You can change this value in the TableSize entry in the [Resource Manager] section of the dtx.ini file. See your operating system documentation for details about how to set the maximum shared memory segment size on your operating system.

WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker system requirements

IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker supports IBM WebSphere Message Broker Version 8.0. The WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers installation process automatically configures settings for existing IBM WebSphere Message Broker 8.0 installations. No additional installation steps are required.

To use IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker, the following products must be installed in the order listed:

For the design time environment:
  1. WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit
  2. WebSphere Transformation Extender Design Studio (Tooling)
  3. WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers

For the runtime environment:
  1. WebSphere Message Broker
  2. WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers

The WebSphere Transformation Extender products must be installed on the same machine as the required WebSphere Message Broker products.

Apply the following WebSphere Message Broker fixes:
For the latest information about system requirements and prerequisite broker products for WebSphere
Transformation Extender for Message Broker, go to:

WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus system requirements

IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus supports IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus Version 7.5 with fix for APAR IC79007.

To use IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, the following products must be installed in the order listed:

For the design time environment:
  1. IBM Integration Designer
  2. WebSphere Transformation Extender Design Studio (Tooling)
  3. WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers

For the runtime environment:
  1. WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
  2. WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers

The WebSphere Transformation Extender products must be installed on the same machine as the required WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus products.

For the latest information about the system requirements of prerequisite products for WebSphere
Transformation Extender for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, go to the WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus library.


Setting required paths and environment variables for WebSphere ESB: All UNIX platforms

On all UNIX® platforms, set the following paths and environment variables to enable WebSphere Transformation Extender to connect with WebSphere ESB or WebSphere Process Server.

To set the paths and environment variables:
  1. Go to the <WTX_install_directory> and run the . ./setup command.
  2. Log in to the WebSphere ESB admin console.
  3. Click Application servers > <your_server> > Process definition > Environment Entries.
  4. Add the following values:
  • DTX_HOME_DIR <WTX_install_directory>
  • DTX_TMP_DIR <WTX_install_directory>/tmp
  • Set the applicable library environment variable to <WTX_install_directory>/libs. Library environment variables are platform-specific:
  • AIX and z/OS UNIX System Services (z/OS UNIX): LIBPATH
  • HP-UX and HP Itanium: SHLIB_PATH
  • Linux, Solaris, and zLinux: LD_LIBRARY_PATH
6. Restart the server.


Configuring WebSphere ESB to use the WebSphere Transformation Extender map primitive on z/OS UNIX System Services (z/OS UNIX) platforms

On z/OS UNIX System Services (z/OS UNIX) platforms, you must manually configure IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) before you run the map primitive provided by WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere ESB.

This procedure explains how to:
  1. Copy the WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere ESB runtime jar files to the WebSphere ESB plugins directory.
  2. Verify that the jar files are loaded.
  3. Set the paths and environment variables.


To copy the runtime jar files:
  1. Copy the com.ibm.wtx.runtime.sibx.ext_8.4.0.jar file and the com.ibm.wtx.runtime_8.4.0.jar file from the <WTX_install_directory>/OSGibundles directory to the <WESB_install_directory>/plugins directory.
  2. Change to the <WESB_install_directory>/profiles/<your_profile>/bin directory.
  3. Run the osgiCfgInit.sh -all command.
  4. Run the clearClassCache.sh command.
  5. Restart the server.


To verify that WebSphere ESB loaded the jar files:
  1. In the <WESB_install_directory>/profiles/<your_profile>/bin directory, run the osgiConsole.sh command.
  2. At the OSGi prompt, enter the ss command.
  3. Ensure that the primitive runtime jar files display the ACTIVE state or the RESOLVED state. For example:
411     RESOLVED    com.ibm.wtx.runtime.sibx.ext_8.4.0
                    Master=217
412     RESOLVED    com.ibm.wtx.runtime_8.4.0
4. At the OSGi prompt, enter the close command to terminate the OSGi command.


To set the paths and environment variables:

Set the paths and environment variables that are required for all UNIX platforms as described in " Setting required paths and environment variables for WebSphere ESB: All UNIX platforms." Then click Environment > WebSphere Variables to set these additional paths:
  • Add the <WTX_install_directory>/libs path to the WAS_SERVER_ONLY_server_region_libpath variable.


After you configure WebSphere ESB, the following error might occur when you run a mediation flow:

java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError SourceId:com.ibm.ws.sca.internal.message.impl.MessageDispatcherImpl.processMessage ProbeId:1295 Reporter:com.ibm.ws.sca.internal.message.impl.MessageDispatcherImpl@5c725c72
java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com.ibm.websphere.dtx.esb.primitive.WTXMapPrimitive (initialization failure)


To correct the problem, manually clean the OSGi cache by deleting the contents of the
< profile_home>/configuration directory.



Installing the examples

The examples that are shipped with WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers are installed in the install_dir \examples directory, where install_dir is the directory where you installed WebSphere Transformation for Integration Servers.

Each WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker example is shipped as a Project Interchange zip file that includes a readme file that describes the example and how to run it.

To install the examples in your WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit workspace:
  1. To import the project in your workspace, select File > Import > Project Interchange.
  2. Navigate to the <install_dir>\examples directory.
  3. Select the Project Interchange zip files and click Import.


WebSphere Transformation Extender for Sterling B2B Integrator system requirements

IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Sterling B2B Integrator supports IBM Sterling B2B Integrator version 5.2.3 and 5.2.4.

WebSphere Transformation Extender requires IBM JDK. To integrate with Sterling B2B Integrator V5.2.3, open a Problem Management Report (PMR) with Sterling B2B Integrator customer support to request the required IBM JDK. Sterling B2B Integrator V5.2.4 includes IBM JDK.

To use IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Sterling B2B Integrator, the following products must be installed in the order listed:
  1. IBM Sterling B2B Integrator
  2. WebSphere Transformation Extender Design Studio (Tooling)
  3. WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers

To configure WebSphere Transformation Extender for Sterling B2B Integrator on a Microsoft Windows system:
  1. Shutdown the Sterling B2B Integrator server if it is running.
  2. Edit the InstallWTXService.bat file in the WebSphere Transformation Extender installation directory and update the WebSphere Transformation Extender and Sterling B2B Integrator installation paths.
  3. Run the InstallWTXService.bat file.
  4. To add the WebSphere Transformation Extender installation path to the PATH variable, go to Start > Control Panel > System > Advanced Settings > Environment variables and add WTX to the PATH variable.
  5. Start the Sterling B2B Integrator server.
  6. Open Design Studio and run the IVT example that is shipped with WTX examples to validate the install.

To configure WebSphere Transformation Extender for Sterling B2B Integrator on a UNIX system:
  1. Shutdown the Sterling B2B Integrator server if it is running.
  2. Edit the InstallWTXService.sh file in the WebSphere Transformation Extender installation directory and update the WebSphere Transformation Extender and Sterling B2B Integrator installation paths.
  3. Run the InstallWTXService.sh file.
  4. Start the Sterling B2B Integrator server.
  5. Open Design Studio and run the IVT example that is shipped with WTX examples to validate the install.


On 64-bit platforms only, make a copy of the wtx_install_dir \ dtxjpi64.dll file and rename it to wtx_install_dir \dstxjpi64.dll


For the latest information about Sterling B2B Integrator system requirements and prerequisite products, see the Sterling B2B Integrator information center.


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3. UPGRADE AND MIGRATION INFORMATION
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IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker


Converting message flows that contain version 8.1 WTX nodes

Although both WebSphere Transformation Extender 8.1.x.x and 8.2.x.x, and WebSphere Message Broker 6.0.x.x and 6.1.x.x can exist on the same computer, only one version of the WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker can exist on a specific broker.

When you install WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers 8.4 on WebSphere Message Broker 8.0, both the tooling (Windows only) and the runtime components are updated. The broker's runtime environment automatically points to your WebSphere Transformation Extender 8.4 installation. The WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit (Windows only) points to the 8.4 WebSphere Transformation Extender Design Studio instead of the 8.1.x.x Design Studio. The WTX node on the palette in the Toolkit switches from 8.1.x.x to 8.4, and appears as WTX Map node.

Before you open any existing message flows that contain WTX Version 8.1 nodes, you must first run the migration utility.


The WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers installation program installs the convertTxMsgFlow82 migration utility. The convertTxMsgFlow82 utility converts a WebSphere Message Broker message flow that contains 8.1.x WTX nodes so they can work with the 8.4 WTX Map node for WebSphere Message Broker. This migration utility does not convert WebSphere Message Broker message subflows that contain a pre-8.2 WTX node, and WebSphere Message Broker-promoted properties.

The migration utility is required only to edit existing message flows or rebuild existing broker (bar) files in the WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit. Message flows and bar files that were built using 8.1 WTX nodes continue to run without being changed when deployed on a broker that is enabled for WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers Version 8.4.

The WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers installation program installs the convertTxMsgFlow82 utility in the location that is specified in the DTXHOME environment variable. The utility runs in console mode from any directory.

The convertTxMsgFlow82 utility searches for WebSphere Message Broker message flows with 8.1.x WTX nodes, saves a copy of the original file with a .orig extension, then converts the flow without changing its functionality. After conversion, the flow can be opened in the WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit with the 8.4 WTX Map node for WebSphere Message Broker without errors. You can then configure the converted flow with some of the new features for the 8.4 WTX Map node.

Syntax:

convertTxMsgFlow82
Displays help for the utility.

convertTxMsgFlow82 flowname.msgflow
Converts any WTX 8.1 nodes in flowname.msgflow and displays the number of converted nodes, or reports that no nodes required conversion.




Migrating from WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker, Version 8.1

The dtxwmqi.ini file is removed from WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker, Version 8.4. For details about how to set the resource registry for execution groups, go to http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wtxdoc/v8r3m0/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.websphere.dtx.wtx4wmb.doc/tasks/t_wtx4wmb_setting_resreg_on_execgrps.htm.

WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker uses the WebSphere Message Broker logging and tracing interfaces:
  • mqsichangetrace command
  • mqsiformatlog command
  • mqsireadlog command
For details about the WebSphere Message Broker command interfaces, go to http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/wmbhelp/v7r0m0/index.jsp.



IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Process Server / WESB

After installing this WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers product, run the osgiCfgInit.sh (osgiCfgInit.bat on Windows) script from the Process Server or WESB root/bin folder. If you do not run the script, WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers does not start properly and causes failures.



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4. KNOWN LIMITATIONS, PROBLEMS, AND WORKAROUNDS
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Installation issues

During the installation of the IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers on certain computers can cause a failure with the "An error occurred during the move data process: -115" error message. Before installing again:
  • Disable write caching on your hard drive
  • Disable Google Desktop
  • Disable your anti-virus software before running the installation



Before you run WebSphere Transformation Extender for Integration Servers on a Windows operating system with WebSphere MQ Version 7.0, make sure that the fix for APAR IC57915 has been applied. To determine whether the fix pack has been applied, use the "dspmqver" MQ command. For details about APAR IC57915, go to http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg1IC57915.

Without WebSphere MQ Fix Pack V7.0.0.1, when you deploy and remove a message flow that contains WTX Map nodes, then stop the broker, the broker might terminate abnormally. The "Application" error log of the Windows Event Viewer lists the abend file that contains more details about the termination error. The abend file contains a reference to the xcsQueryMTimeFn WebSphere MQ function.


WebSphere Transformation Extender for WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus limitation

Multiple unwired cards cannot reference the same schema. This causes the " Could not find type to assign XML data" error during validation, unless the target namespace of the schema is empty.


WEBSPHERE MESSAGE BROKER INTEGRATION


WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit incompatibility

WebSphere Message Broker Toolkit Version 8.0 does not look for schema in the WebSphere Transformation Extender project.

Unsupported functions


IBM WebSphere Transformation Extender for Message Broker does not support the following functions in your map or component rules if the input card of the map receives its data from the message flow instead of from the card's WebSphere Transformation Extender adapter:
  • GETDIRECTORY
  • GETFILENAME
  • GETRESOURCENAME

If you attempt to use these functions, they will not return any values.

Workarounds:

If the map uses GETFILENAME or GETDIRECTORY to parse the file name for specific values:
  1. Add an input card.
  2. Echo the needed values.
  3. Override this input card on the WTX Map node.

If the map uses GETFILENAME or GETDIRECTORY to pass a file name to another map, then you have to do the following additional steps prior to running this map:
  1. Create a new file that contains the directory and file name that is to be passed to the map.
  2. Use the new file as the input instead of the actual file by that name.
    The revised map uses the contents of the input to correctly pass the file name as the parameter.


Issues when deploying bar files containing large mar files

When you deploy broker archive (bar) files that contain several large map archive (mar) files, you might encounter the error "Could not put a message to the Configuration Manager Queue."

The Event viewer reports an internal WebSphere MQ error with a synopsis written to the WebSphere MQ error log directory. This situation might be encountered during a period of unusually high message traffic. However, if you persistently fill the log, consider enlarging the size of the log. One solution is to increase the number of log files by changing the values in the queue manager configuration file, and then restart the queue manager. Alternatively, to increase the size of log files, delete and recreate the queue manager.

To increase the number of primary and secondary log files:
  1. Use either the Log queue manager properties page in the WebSphere® MQ Explorer, or the Log stanza in the qm.ini file to specify logging information for this queue manager.
  2. Change the number of the secondary and primary files to the maximum amount:

LogPrimaryFiles=129
LogSecondaryFiles=126

The total number of primary and secondary log files not be less than 3, and must not exceed 255 on Windows operating systems or 511 on UNIX operating systems.

To delete and recreate the MQ Manager log files:
  1. Stop MQ Queue Manager
  2. Issue the following command:

dmpmqlog -m WBRK61_DEFAULT_QUEUE_MANAGER


Running a message flow that deploys to a long path name

On Windows systems, running a message flow that deploys to a path name that is longer than 260 characters can cause a failure when you select Remove Deployed Children.

To remove message flows that deploy to long path names:
  1. Right-click flow name under the execution group name.
  2. Select Stop.
  3. Right-click the stopped message flow and select Remove.
  4. Click OK after the confirmation window appears.
  5. Right-click the execution group name and select Refresh.
This removes the message flow from the execution group.

To remove map archive (mar) files that deploy to long path names:
  1. Right-click on the mar file name under the execution group name.
  2. Select Remove.
  3. Click OK after the confirmation window appears.
This removes the mar file from the execution group.


Domain to use for messages modeled by type trees

Messages modeled using WebSphere Transformation Extender type trees should be handled by the broker's BLOB domain. The DTX domain is no longer supported.


Unsupported xs:duration data type

When you use the WTX Map node with XMLNSC or MRM domains, the xs:duration data type is not supported.


Issue with date-related data types in MRM domain

When a map card receives data from a message flow, and the message body is owned by the MRM domain, any elements in the message that are defined with XML Schema data types xs:gYear, xs:gYearMonth, xs:gMonth, xs:gMonthDay, and xs:gDay, might not be processed correctly. If your message contains those fields, use either XMLNSC domain or BLOB domain as an alternative.


Deploying a map when the message flow or WTX Map node name changes

If you are using the WTX Map node and you specify a source map, if you change the name of the message flow or the name of the WTX Map node, you must select the WTX Map node, and re-select the executable map. Otherwise, the map does not detect the name change, and the map is not be deployed to the correct location on the broker's file system.






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5. CONTACTING CUSTOMER SUPPORT
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Contact Customer Support at 1-800-IBM-SERV, or go to the support portal.




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